Appy Days: Apps for Singing Teaching
The How and the Why. PLEASE SCROLL DOWN
Build skills right from the start!
For those who need it there will be an option to learn all the important basics about apps: how to find them, download them and navigate them on your device. This means that you will gain the confidence you need to get you started successfully.
Types of Apps
Get a clear overview of different types of apps that can help you as a teacher of singing or voice. Learn the typical conventions for using them e.g. using menus, selecting, calling up info. Then get help exploring an app you like the look of.
Learn practically, in detail
Detailed guidance on using apps for 1. Anatomy and Physiology teaching (or your own learning) 2. Speech (and Singing) Articulation 3. Basic Voice Analysis 4. Music storage; pdfs & tracks 5. Music Playback and much more!
Online discussion and regular live Q&A
There will be opportunities to ask questions, make comments and chat with other course members via the comments areas. There will also be a regular live Q&A webinar sessions that you can book on to.
Opportunities to book 1:1 sessions at reduced cost
If you feel that you need a 1:1 session with Anne, you can book this at 25% off the usual price whilst you are doing the course. This will give you a chance to have personal help when you need it.
Throughout the course you'll have the chance to try things out for yourself, with useful practical tasks to help you to do this. This will allow you to use apps with confidence and imagination in your teaching and singing.
Know which apps suit You
By the end of the course you will have a much better idea of which apps might be useful to you in your work and you will know what to look for. Anne will guide you along the way.
Time to succeed
Although there are six units, two extra weeks are built in to allow you to take stock and finish work if you need to. There will also be the option to continue on subscription if you wish to go at a slower pace. Details will be in Unit 6.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where can I find FAQs?
Please see the free preview lesson above and take the FAQ quiz! You can also ask questions at any time using the button above to message me.
Meet the expert
Anne Leatherland BSc (Hons) PGCE ALCM LGSM (TD) FISM Vocal Process Associate Trainer Anne is a specialist singing and voice teacher, based in the Midlands, with over twenty years experience in vocal troubleshooting and teaching multiple genres. She is proud to be the owner and director of VocAL Intuition, which offers mentoring and support to singing teachers. Anne has written published resources, including ebooks, lesson plans and app reviews. She also loves using technology in teaching and has given both public presentations and individual training on this. At Liverpool Theatre School (LTS), Anne has trained singers for the Musical Theatre profession and delivered spoken voice sessions on the level 6 Acting course. She has also worked with actors at LIPA and as part of the Developed with the Lowry Programme. Anne works alongside International trainers and authors Dr Gillyanne Kayes and Jeremy Fisher on a regular basis, and is their first Associate Teacher. She teaches on Vocal Process courses and on the Vocal Process Teacher Accreditation Programme. During her work with them she was a finalist for the BVA Van Lawrence Award (2014) for research into the differences between classical and musical theatre singing.